Ghana Shuts Down 400 Businesses Owned by Nigerians

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Over 400 businesses owned by Nigerians in Ghana have been closed down, according to the National Association of Nigerian Traders (NANTS).

This had sparked protests by the body earlier this week at the  Economic Community of West African States (Ecowa) Secretariat in Abuja.

Speaking on the sidelines of the protests where the traders gave Ecowas a one-week ultimatum to address the issue, President of NANTS Ken Ukaoha, alleged that Nigerian traders are subjected to bad treatment by the Ghanaian government.

He said members of the association were shut out of business with an eviction order dated July 27, 2018, asking them to “have $1m as minimum foreign investment capital to do business in Ghana.”

Source: ConciseNews

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